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  1. AR - [Rifles]
    I'm feeling good enough to start a new build. Any new products that's come out (scopes etc.) that you folks think I should get?
  2. Newbie's Unite!
    Nine Gun Buying Tips for the New Shooter For me, one of the great joys of being a firearms hobbyist is introducing someone new to the community. I have never been a professional instructor, but I consider it a public service to give my time to a new shooter to help them safely and accurately...
  3. Open Firearm Discussions
    Meh. No holes, just little divots. The disks below were shot with 308 FMJ and 62 grain green tips. They made little divots. Another member (who shall rename nameless) bragged his 55 grain polymer tip reloads zipped through his steel disks. I told him that someone sold him some crappy steel as...
  4. Semi-Auto [Handguns]
    I finally did it. After about 2000 rounds I got up the nerve to field strip my MK III. Disassembly and a complete cleaning took about 45 minutes working slowly and meticulously. After all it was quite dirty. How bad can reassembly be? I watched the Ruger Tech Tip on reassembly by the young...
  5. Vendor Deals
    Received the first of two skids of green tips, 150 round boxes only $79.95 http://www.dark-storm.com/american-eagle-xm855-fmj-5.56-box-150-rnd.html
  6. Reloading
    Well I just bought my first .44 mag and will start reloading this caliber due to the cost effectiveness, and it's just plain fun. Looking for recommendations on projectiles, was going with a .240 gr. LSWC but worried a little about leading in a new gun. Trying to keep the cost down, was going...
  7. Home Security / Safes
    Moving a Safe: Tips and Logistics Moving a large safe is a big job. The largest safes for homes and businesses can weigh from 300 to well over 1500 pounds-making them some of the heaviest items to transport. The process of moving or relocating such a heavy item involves a number of logistical...
  8. Knives / Swords
    While I did not take every factor into account, I discuss some basic guidelines to assist in choosing an edc knife. I hope this helps some of you out.
  9. Open Firearm Discussions
    Krav Maga demonstrates disarming techniques. Hey,you can't have too much information.
  10. Open Firearm Discussions
    http://www.gundigest...field-and-range Whether busting birds means heading afield with a brace of pointing dogs or traveling to the range to smash orange discs, here are six ways to improve your overall score. Before You Start Shotgun basics begin before you're on the range or in the field...
  11. Open Firearm Discussions
    This article comes the NRA's American Rifleman. http://www.americanrifleman.org/articles/7-tips-for-first-time-handgun-buyers
  12. Chit-Chat
    I came across these baby tips. With a few new members and some on the way I figured it was appropriate.
  13. Open Firearm Discussions
    I have a rifle to sell - I was thinking of bringing it to the gun show to sell. Obviously through an FFL, but any tips on selling?
  14. Hunting - Open Discussions
    I've been scouring the NYS DEC site for Hunter Safety Courses on LI and it seems like every time one opens up it's already filled up. Any tips on getting into these classes prior to their being up on the website?
  15. Hunting - Open Discussions
    As some of you may know from my 2 years of "LI trail cam" pics threads, I live on a heavily wooded property by the Nissequogue River (40~ acres immediately behind me, state and county parks right by) with some beautiful Whitetails (better than I've seen upstate in 4P). This year the activity is...
  16. Chit-Chat
    From our friends at NBC via The Blaze: NBC's 3 Steps for Home Invasion Defense: Use Wasp Spray Illegally, Treat Invader 'Like Royalty' and Don't Own a Gun
  17. Open Firearm Discussions
    Not sure how useful this is, but, it's free! Might be some good stuff in there. http://info.beretta....&_hsmi=14003970
  18. Car / Truck talk
    Hey folks, looking to possibly lease either a 2014 f150 crew, or a dodge ram big horn. I could use the bed space for work. Has anyone had experience with either of these? If any of you fine chaps did lease, mind if I ask what you managed to get you monthly payments to? Thanks in advance!
  19. Newbie's Unite!
    4 Life-Saving Tips for New Shooters Personal-defense training is big business. So how do you know what you really need? If you are new to shooting, follow these four easy-to-remember tips to keep you on track. By Jim Wilson (RSS) May 12, 2014 Personal-defense training and gear has...
  20. Open Firearm Discussions
    Going to starting my little duracoating project in the morning any last minute tips... Paint...check Airbrush...check Gun...check Think I'm all set..
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